water stop


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water stop

A diaphragm used across a joint as a sealant, usually to prevent the passage of water.
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There will be a water stop just before the fourmile mark in Woodcote Lane.
They can be used in water stop applications where the profiles may be coiled or need to be fitted around complex structures.
CLEVELAND, June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As crews begin tackling the challenges of road and concrete repair, Unique Paving Materials offers concrete repair products such as their High Performance Fast Set Concrete, Water Stop, and Highway DOT, among others, to help.
For race organizers, the water stop is equally challenging because volunteers must ensure water cups are filled just right for the scores of competitors passing by and frequently are soaked by tossed cups.
The place, where the river used to run before, was not rammed down well and a small section had a weak water stop, Rodney Stuparyk explained.
Two hospitals in Ayia Napa have donated 4,000 bottles of water to hand out -- we are basically a water stop," he said.
After half-an-hour, we were ready for a water stop and Stephen's impromptu lesson on how to prepare and eat a prickly pear (carefully).
She skipped a water stop on the bell lap to finish her rally.
Since 1978, Avanti's product line has grown from acrylamide gel and urethane foam to an entire family of chemical grouts fulfilling the water stop and concrete rehabilitation needs of modern construction.
Typically, the runners with hyponatremia drank more than one cup of liquid at each water stop, resulting in an average of 13 cups of water or sports drink during the 26-plus-mile race.
Q I had to turn the main cold water stop valve off to repair a sink.
Formerly called the Antelope Valley Hotel and the Gillwyn Hotel, the building was built 12 years after Southern Pacific Railroad laid its tracks through the Antelope Valley in 1876 and established a water stop where downtown Lancaster is now.